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Project Design for Return, Repatriation and Reintegration of Trafficked Victims

Project Design for Return, Repatriation and Reintegration of Trafficked Victims

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Project Design for Return, Repatriation and Reintegration of Trafficked Victims

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  1. Project Design for Return, Repatriation and Reintegration of Trafficked Victims Presented by; MYANMAR Participants

  2. Introduction • Human Trafficking is a new form of modern day slavery. • The Anti-trafficking in persons laws was activated in 2005.

  3. Purpose • To recognize the updated information on return, repatriation and reintegration of trafficking victims by the service providers in practice • To build up the capacity of service providers

  4. Methodology • An awareness raising workshop will be organized. • The workshop is going to conduct knowledge on return, repatriation and reintegration of trafficked victims.

  5. Location • Mandalay Region (Located in central part of Myanmar) • Mandalay District • Chan-Aye-Tha-Zan Township.

  6. Organizing Period • The workshop will take (3) days.

  7. Participants • Myanmar Police Force (2) persons • Judiciary (2) persons • Health (2) persons • Education (2) persons • Information (2) persons • Myanmar Women’s Affair Federation (2) persons • Social Welfare (2) persons • UNICEF (1) persons • UNIAP (1) persons • World Vision (2) persons • Save the Children (2) persons Total (20) persons

  8. Facilitators & Moderators • Participants from this workshop • Local Technical Experts • Judiciary • Attorney • Myanmar Police Force • Immigration • Ministry of Labor • IOM • UNIAP • Myanmar Women’s Affair Federation • Department of Social Welfare

  9. Budget • Department of Social Welfare and • Requested budget from UNICEF, IOM, UNIAP • Estimated budget - 3 days workshop : USD 4700

  10. Way Forward • All the activities are given priority to (42) Townships in (9) Regions and States which have high risks of human trafficking.

  11. Conclusion • The expected outcomes from this workshop are; • To explore the root cause of various human trafficking trends to take prevent measures in advance • Reintegrating the trafficked victims into the society successfully